Increase to possession court fees

The increase to possession court fees effective Monday, 21 March 2016 are as folows:
– Accelerated Possession claims – Section 21 have risen from £280:00 to £355:00
– Standard Possession Claims, Section 8 have risen from £280:00 to £355:00
– Online Possession Claims (PCOL) Section 8 rent arrears only have risen from £250:00 to £325:00

The fee for issuing a Warrant of Possession remains at £110.00.

Increase to possession court fees from Monday 21 March 2016
Lexology (registration), on Thu, 17 Mar 2016 15:07:30 -0700
For possession claims lodged online through the PCOL system, the fee will increase from £250 to £325. Thefee for general applications made on notice within civil proceedings will increase from £155 to £255. The fee for general applications made

Court fee increase for general applications and possession claims

Court fee increase for general applications and possession claims


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